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of fortune 500 companies with you name? bill gates, not for more than a decade. i know you want to say steve jobs, but you can't. jamie dimon, okay, you win. i know you can probably name a lot of big public companies especially if you have any sort of investments in them, but these matter companies matter. they make products you buy and employ people. a lot of them. exhibit a, microsoft is about to get a ceo, only the third one in its 38-year history. you know the first guy. you probably know the second, steve balmer. but who is going to be the third ceo of microsoft? here are three men of five who have made it to the short list since microsoft board began looking for a replacement for steve balmer. just last night they broke the exclusive details for the final short list. she joins me now. thank you for being with us. >> thanks for having me. >> why do we care about microsoft and who the ceo is? >> we care because microsoft is one of the largest technology companies out there. they have a shareholder activist that is looking to get a board seat. steve balmer, bill gates, and microsoft is al
for steve, he found quickly he had been kept in the dark of what was otherwise an open secret. here is a thing about a place like kansas things can hide in these wide open spaces. hopes, lies, secrets. the sky is like a huge lid trapping everything inside my name is steve, and i was born in kansas. i whats a i documente a adoptedy jane who raised me on this farm along with their six daughters and two sons. i grew up leaving thing believing things in my family were a certain way. but when you turned 18 i found out everything i thought i knew was a lie. ♪ testing. >> all right this is for real. >> tell us what you want to know? >> did you ever think that -- do you know do you have any regrets? >> no. >> do you think you handled everything the way you wanted to handle it? >> i would have liked to have done more for him. how do you feel? yeah how do you feel about us. >> i sort of block it out of my head. >> i think i was angry because i felt like i was left out. no, you weren't. >> you don't know what it's like to be adopted. >> no. >> so i do. and the sense of oh well i appreciate
of the recession in 2008 and 2009. steve joins me now. good to see you. >> thank you. >> i think what patricia reported on is more interesting than whether gdp was up . this economy will only prosper if a fairly brood base of americans are feeling prosperous. >> yes, you see it in the data every day. the [ technical difficulties ] >> and that when you look at the competition that the u.s. is facing, and that is really where the problem is, a lot of those good paying jobs that didn't require an enormous amount of skills had gone to other locations. >> right. and hence because of these people who were unemployed even though there are job openings in america, and yet we have more than 10 million unemployed because there is a mismatch. >> a lot of the degrees we create in this country are for human advertise. they are for things that don't generate a lot of income on an ongoing basis. history teachers, english professors, those kind of people make good pay, but they don't get enough to push you over the edge. >> as an economist how do you fix the problem? >> it's actually a global problem. the who
with many believe the end goal being to get steve cohen. many believe this is a way to distract people from the lack of prosecutions but maybe i'm a bit of a conspiracy theorists. >> like any prosecutorial body, they try to get a lot of convictions. as you remember from the enron trial this was difficult to do. >> yes, it is extremely difficult to do. and make no bones about that, it's not like these cases were easy to make. you may have some criminal actions but you've got a lot of delusion, you got a fair amount of outright encompetence mixed in these stories and to prove that individuals intended to do these things is pretty tough. that means where will ther therl there is a way. >> scc capital feels from what was put forward, that it was a den who were attracted to people into this insider trading. many could smell a rat. jp morgan was a different thing. this is a big company, and maybe that's the argument, it's too big to challenge. >> back to scc keep in mind although the firm has paid $1.8 billion and pled guilty the individual at the top who made an estimated $10 billion steve cohen
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